carriage housen. a small building usually near a large residence or part of an estate, used for keeping coaches, carriages, or other vehicles; -- also called coach house. It is now (1998) obsolescent and its function has been taken over by the garage, which is usually attached to a residence or main building. Carriage houses are still found on older estates, though not usually used for their original purpose.
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